On This Day: December 21st Quiz Stats

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Arthur Wynne’s word puzzle is published in the ‘New York World’, often considered the first modern ______ puzzle.
1913
Crossword
95.7%
Word Search
1.6%
Sudoku
1.9%
Rebus
0.8%
This American actor, who has had roles in numerous films, like ‘Pulp Fiction’ and the ‘Star Wars’ prequel trilogy, is born.
1948
Samuel L. Jackson
81.6%
John Travolta
10.7%
Denzel Washington
2.4%
Bruce Willis
2.8%
This city, which the New Testament identifies as the birthplace of Jesus, passes from Israeli to Palestinian control.
1995
Bethlehem
80.4%
Jerusalem
15.2%
Jericho
1.1%
Haifa
0.6%
This film, considered the world’s first full-length animated feature, premieres at the Carthay Circle Theatre in Hollywood.
1937
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
78.7%
Sleeping Beauty
8.9%
Bambi
6.4%
Pinocchio
4.5%
A formal treaty of alliance between ______ and Japan is signed at the Temple of the Emerald Buddha.
1941
Thailand
47.7%
India
22.2%
Sri Lanka
4.6%
Indonesia
23.3%
This day is regarded as the end-date of a 5,126-year-long cycle in the ______ Long Count calendar, leading some to expect an occurence of cataclysmic events (which failed to happen).
2012
Mesoamerican
33%
Incan
56.1%
Cherokee
3.5%
Inuit
4.1%
American settlers in Nacogdoches, Mexican Texas, declare their independence, starting this conflict.
1826
Fredonian Rebellion
12%
Texas Revolution
35.3%
Battle of the Alamo
24.5%
Mexican War of Independence
28.2%

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